Genesee Country Village & Museum in Mumford NY is the largest living history museum in New York State. Transport yourself back to the 19th century mid-May through mid-Oct. Corn maze in the fall, too! Cross-country skiing in the winter!
An independent, nonsectarian, college preparatory day school for students in nursery through grade 12. Contact us to set up a time to visit our 33-acre campus located at 519 Allens Creek Road in Pittsford.
FREE to visit and many opportunities for learning! Pet adoption, animal rescue, humane education, community outreach service, and animal cruelty education.
Western New York's incredible annual children's book festival is usually held the first Saturday in November at Monroe Community College, though in 2012 it will be the second Saturday, November 10.
Brain Potential Institute offers brain training to help people with cognitive deficiencies such as ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, autism and more. Training can be done virtually through Skype for anyone in the world.
Rochester Kwanzaa Coalition helps organizations throughout Rochester NY prepare and present Kwanzaa celebrations.
Springdale Farm is an agricultural education facility in Ogden that's free and open to the public. Horses, cows, pigs, goats, sheep...
Includes exhibits on the natural history of New York, an indoor Honey Bee observation hive, and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
Come visit the animals at Seneca Park Zoo, which is open all year long. Closed New Year's Day, the first Saturday in June for Zoobilation,Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Preserving Rochester's unique history and historical landmarks through tours, events, lectures, camps, and classes for the whole family
Home to Susan B. Anthony for many years, it is now a museum dedicated to her life and work.
Young Audiences of Rochester is a full service arts-in-education provider for Rochester, NY.
Nature preserve located off Route 104: For the preservation of bird and wildlife integrity and conservation of the land they depend on.
Mission: To educate the public about birds of prey and other wildlife and the environment.
Trains, trolleys and track cars...transportation history on display...ride the only trolley in New York State, and a track car too!
New York State's annual fair, held at the Fairgrounds in Syracuse, the last two weekends of summer (weekend before Labor Day, and Labor Day weekend)
Open 9am-3pm weekdays and 12pm-3pm on the weekends in the town of Sterling, Cayuga County.
The world's oldest photography museum, and one of the world's oldest film archives. Kids 12 and under free with paying adult. Students only $5.
FREE! FAMILY! FUN! The BEST in high energy, cultural, educational entertainment events--all rolled into a cool series! ALL ages welcome!
StART HERE Studio ia an art instruction studio featuring weekly classes, art coaching and visiting artist programs.
Having fun is our Philosophy! Dance classes in tap, jazz, ballet, baton, gymnastics, hip hop, Irish tap, and pointe for girls and boys aged 2 and up.
The only site of its kind in Western NY, Ganondagan is dedicated to preserving and educating about Seneca and Iroquois living history.
Meet our 180+ friendly farm animals at this unique shelter; U-Pick apples, hike by our stream, have a picnic, go to Farm Camp, and enjoy our special events.